Top 50 Yankees Prospects

Here are the Top 50 Yankees' prospects. PinstripesPlus.com gives a little insight on each selection in our rankings but will follow up more in-depth with individual scouting reports on each player throughout this offseason, starting in descending order.

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1. 1B, Greg Bird - The catcher turned first baseman finally shook off the injury bug to have a whale of a season in 2013 with low-A Charleston, hitting .288 with 36 doubles, 20 home runs, and over 100 walks. He has great plate discipline, power to all fields, and his biggest weakness -- his overly patient approach at the plate -- is also a strength of sorts that will suit him well long-term. He has arguably the best chance of reaching his ceiling as an impact run producer someday.

2. C, Gary Sanchez - Often lumped together with former top prospect Jesus Montero because of his plus power at the catcher's position, the fact is that is where the comparisons end. Sanchez has plus arm strength, a quick release, and he's much more nimble blocking balls and receiving the ball. A more diligent work ethic in his conditioning would go a long way towards reaching his All Star potential on both sides of the ball.

3. LHP, Manny Banuelos - This Mexican southpaw missed the entire 2013 season with Tommy John surgery but he should not be forgotten. Still just 22 years old and with Triple-A experience already, his plus fastball-plus changeup combination and above average curveball that can flash plus potential conjures up images of Texas Rangers' lefty Martin Perez. Banuelos could have a similar impact.

4. OF, Tyler Austin - He went from hitting .322 with 17 bombs in 2012 to hitting just .257 with six home runs this year in his first taste of Double-A. However, a bone bruise in his wrist plagued him for much of the season. When he's going right and healthy he's a patient hitter who uses all fields and has plus power potential to the pull-side, and he's shown to be an above average defensive player in right field at times. He is already the leader in the clubhouse for Comeback Player of the Year next season.

5. RHP, Luis Severino - This 19-year old Dominican fireballer has the look of something special -- three plus pitches with control and command to boot at such a young age. He is easily the best equipped pitcher prospect-wise to hit the GCL Yankees team over the last several years since Banuelos, and that's including former top pitching prospect Arodys Vizcaino.

6. RHP, Bryan Mitchell - The numbers in 2013 were near disastrous proportions, posting a 5.12 ERA in high-A Tampa. The fact is though that has two plus-plus pitches with his 96-98 mph fastball and great curveball, and he added a cutter this year that flashes plus potential as well. The delivery is as solid as they come too. Just like Ivan Nova though, Mitchell has struggled to put up numbers in A-ball but could be poised to put it all together at the higher levels real soon. He's just too good not to.

7. OF, Mason Williams - A classic example of expectations not being met, whether fair or unfair, Williams had just a so-so year in 2013. He hit just .245 with four home runs and 15 stolen bases, but the fact is he was coming off of shoulder surgery and battled both injury and illness this year. He has some maturing to do too but the talent is still there to be an impact player down the road.

8. OF, Slade Heathcott - Like Williams, Heathcott's production never met up with his actual talent, hitting just .261 with eight home runs for Double-A Trenton this year. He too still has a world of talent though and he did miss huge chunks of the previous two years with injuries. He needs to produce soon but there's just too much talent here for him not to be better in the not so distant future.

9. SS, Abiatal Avelino - This 18-year old plays like a seasoned veteran already both offensively and defensively. He is extremely rangy in the field, boasts plus arm strength, soft hands, and has an innate feel for the game. He also has amazing plate discipline [drawing more walks than strikeouts], puts the ball in play, and is very aggressive but yet heady in the running game. He has huge hands too, suggesting power will come as he continues to fill out. He is a top prospect already.

10. RHP, Jose Campos - He missed most of the 2012 season with an ailing elbow so the Yankees had him on a strict innings limit this year, but he still managed to pitch the entire season and pitch well. He posted a 3.41 ERA, struck out eight batters per nine innings pitched, and walked just 16 guys this year. He has three above average to plus pitches, command, and pitch-ability. Staying healthy is really the only requirement here for him to reach his ceiling as a potential number two big league starting pitcher.

11. 3B, Eric Jagielo - The first of three first round picks by the Yankees this year, the former Notre Dame product can really impact the baseball. A pronounced opposite field hitter right now, he has power to all fields and a very good idea of the strike zone. He's merely average though defensively at third base, especially with his arm strength, prompting some scouts to believe he could move over to first base down the road. Either way though, he has the chance to be an impact bat.

12. RHP, Ty Hensley - The 2012 first round pick missed all of this season after having femoral acetabular impingement surgery to fix his hip and the hope is now that he has full range of motion that he can improve upon his already plus stuff. A high makeup guy, few scouts question whether or not he can be an impact pitcher. He just needs to prove it against live hitters once he returns.

13. LHP, Ian Clarkin - Like Hensley, Clarkin, one of this year's first round picks, wasn't ever really healthy in his debut season. He severely sprained his ankle prior to making his debut and really only got healthy at Instructs. Known for his plus curveball and 91-94 mph fastball, he made significant improvements to his changeup in short order. Like Hensley though, he has a lot to prove going forward but the ceiling is immense.

14. OF, Aaron Judge - Another one in the litany of injuries down on the farm this year, this behemoth 6-foot-7 slugger has yet to make his professional debut after a pulled quad put him on the shelf. He's known for his plus power to all fields but there are some question marks regarding how well he will hit at the professional level. Making consistent contact with his kind of power would go a long way towards making him the impact hitter many scouts believe he can be.

15. C, Luis Torrens - Some critics will point to his .241 average and mere one home run and walk away unimpressed, but the fact is the former infielder has quickly transformed himself into a very good defensive catcher already. The 17-year old has long-term plus defensive abilities, a great knack for hitting, and some scouts believe he could wind up being the best of the Yankee catching lot that includes the likes of J.R. Murphy, Austin Romine, and Sanchez.

16. 3B, Miguel Andujar - A sprained ankle marred what could have been a national coming out party for this ultra-talented Dominican native. He hit .323 with 15 extra-base hits in just 34 games, and he continues to mature and get stronger. He has to smooth out his defensive game but there's plus potential there, and offensively he already has the look of being a high average hitter with power down the road.

17. RHP, Rafael De Paula - The Dominican native was the talk of the first half this year, mowing down South Atlantic League batters to the tune of over 13 strikeouts per nine innings. However, his lack of command in the zone was exposed once he got bumped up to high-A and so was his developing slider. There's some serious arm strength here though, able to hit 97 mph, but the secondary pitches and the strike-throwing ability need to improve to realize any potential as a starting pitcher long-term.

18. C/3B, Peter O'Brien - The former University of Miami standout is a slugger in every sense of the term, collecting a ridiculous 65 extra-base hits over two levels in 2013. He's not nearly as bad defensively behind the plate as some critics make out, and he's even shown some surprising agility at third. More than defense he needs to cut down on the strikeouts [134 this year] and make more contact, because with his kind of plus-plus power he could have an Evan Gattis-like effect at the big league level if it all comes together for him.

19. OF, Ramon Flores - The Venezuelan native gets knocked for a "bad" season this year but there are still some real positives to take away from his performance. He hit a solid .260 and drew a career-high and team-high 77 walks. There's nothing sexy about his game but he has a great idea of the strike zone, puts the ball in play, and the power continues to develop at a steady pace. He is one of the better 'sleepers' in the farm system.

20. RHP, Shane Greene - Greene is the perfect cautionary tale of why you don't give up on guys with plus stuff even though the numbers might not be there. Always known for his plus fastball-plus slider-plus changeup combination as much as his propensity to walk batters in previous years, he cut down on the walks in a big way in 2013 and posted a combined 3.38 ERA between high-A Tampa and Double-A Trenton. As long as he keeps throwing strikes and getting ahead of hitters, he has a real chance to be an impact pitcher for the Yankees.

21. RHP, Jose Ramirez - Ramirez is like Greene in some ways in that his plus stuff across the board had yet [and still yet] translated into breakout numbers. Able to sit in the mid-90s and boasting a plus changeup-plus slider combo, Ramirez has always been able to throw strikes but his pitch sequencing can get off-track at times. There is some work to do in the consistency department, most notably avoiding giving up the one really bad start that seems to plague him at times, but the ceiling is quite vast when he's clicking.

22. LHP, Nik Turley - He doesn't have quite the plus stuff some other guys in this ranking possess but what he does have is good control of three above average, borderline plus pitches, and overall pitch-ability. He has also added a new cutter into his arsenal. While the walks were higher in 2013 than most years, previous history suggests that is the outlier. All he does is pitch deep into games, keeps his teams in games, and avoids beating himself on the mound. He is a real big league option at some point in 2014 if he just keeps going at his current pace.

23. RHP, Brady Lail - This 18th round pick in 2012 is on the cusp of becoming one of the best pitching prospects in the farm system. A high makeup guy, he already has three above average big league pitches at his disposal, a fluid effortless delivery, and advanced command. There's some real ceiling here too because all of his pitches project to get better as he physically matures. Watch out, he has eventual Top Ten prospect written all over him.

24. SS, Cito Culver - With his plus defensive game it seems inevitable that this former first round pick will eventually land in the big leagues. Whether he becomes a Jose Iglesias type big leaguer though or something better offensively will depend on how his bat continues to progress. He gave up switch-hitting this year and the move looks like a smart one, but he still has a ways to go in the consistency department offensively.

25. 2B, Gosuke Katoh - This year's second round pick out of high school was much maligned for his pre-draft reports of having little to no power and yet he went out and hit .310 with six home runs for the GCL Yankees. He's a steady defender at second base and shows good arm strength there, and he has both patience and strike zone awareness. He will need to get physically stronger in the coming years but he looks like a real player in the early going.

26. RHP, Nick Goody - A dominant reliever in his debut season a year ago, he succumbed to Tommy John surgery just two appearances into his first full season this year. He has a very deep repertoire for a reliever, including a sneaky-quick fastball with late life, an above average slider, a curveball that flashes plus potential, and a decent changeup. He should move fast once he returns in 2014.

27. OF, Jake Cave - Like Charleston teammate Greg Bird, Cave shook off the injury bug in 2013 and had a very productive year after missing essentially his first two seasons. He hit .282 with a club-high 37 doubles this year and 18 stolen bases. As intense as they come, he's learning to allow the game to come to him more. While he hit just two home runs, he projects to have average power down the road as he turns some of those double into home runs. There's still work to do but he set himself up with a nice foundation in 2013.

28. RHP, Rookie Davis - The 14th round pick in the 2011 draft had a very good year in 2013, posting a combined 1.90 ERA between short-season Staten Island and low-A Charleston. More than the numbers though it was the uptick in his stuff that really turned heads, including seeing his fastball rise to the 93-95 mph range and getting a bit more power on his already above average curveball. He's adept at pitching in the lower-half of the zone and keeping the ball in the ball park. He has the look of a steady climber in prospect circles.

29. RHP, Gabe Encinas - Encinas saw his uptick in stuff a year ago and had problems commanding the extra zip on his 93-95 mph fastball, but he seemed to turn the corner in that regard earlier this season before succumbing to Tommy John surgery. He has two above average secondary pitches to go with the plus fastball and there's real hope that his command will further improve during his rehab program.

30. RHP, Mark Montgomery - It was a "down" year for the slider specialist in 2013 but it was still a very respectable season when he was healthy enough to pitch, posting a 3.38 ERA and striking out better than a batter per inning pitched. Still, his 92-94 mph fastball dropped down to 88-90 mph for most of the season and he seemingly pitched behind every batter. While the slider alone could help him get to the big leagues, a return to health and showing his past zip could allow him to become the newest version of David Robertson.

31. LHP, Matt Tracy - Yet another prospect whose injury plagued, less than stellar statistical season belies their actual talent. Tracy posted just a 5.51 ERA for Double-A Trenton this year in limited duty after suffering both back and hip pain, but still saw some significant progress improving his curveball and adding a brand new cutter. He now has five average big league pitches or better and shows great pitch-ability at times, especially for a hurler who has pitched full-time for just two full seasons now. There's some upside here.

32. 2B, Rob Refsnyder - There are 'toolsier' players [see one spot below] even at his own position but yet few prospects have the ability to barrel the baseball as consistently as this former College World Series MVP. He's a high energy player with amazing plate discipline and he flashes plus defensive potential one short year into his transition at second base. The home run power should be just enough to be an annual double-digit threat but the doubles and triples could be plenty. Think a poor man's Howie Kendrick for a good major league comp.

33. 2B, Angelo Gumbs - The Heathcott among the Yankee infielders as a virtual tool shed, Gumbs has power, speed, defense, and makeup. Like Heathcott, however, the swing can get a little long at times. He's at his best when he doesn't try to do too much. There's just too much talent here for him not to turn things around in the near future.

34. OF, Ben Gamel - In theory there's not much separating Gamel and Flores; both are good hitters for average at young ages, both have decent speed and power, and both can play all three outfield positions [although Gamel is better defensively]. Gamel is a gamer too. He gets lost in the Yankee outfield prospect discussions but he's beginning to carve out a nice reserve niche for himself as he moves up the ladder.

35. RHP, Tommy Kahnle - This fireballer can really make batters look foolish when he follows up his 95-98 mph heat with his plus changeup. In fact he's about a solid an option against left-handed batters as there is in the farm system and that's including left-handed pitchers [lefties hit just .159 against him]. He still walks too many batters though and the slider, while flashing above average potential, needs to be more consistent. But he's shown he can be very effective when he's throwing strikes consistently.

36. RHP, Giovanny Gallegos - It was a down year for this Mexican right-hander as he posted just a 4.27 ERA for the Staten Island Yankees and saw his fastball velocity fluctuate quite a bit. Keep in mind, however, that he had missed two full seasons prior to last year and he simply tired down the stretch. When he's going right he's throwing 92-93 mph with an effortless motion and showcasing a plus curveball. He gets a bit of a mulligan this year and should not be overlooked long-term. He's too much Ivan Nova-like at similar stages in their careers.

37. LHP, Fred Lewis - This former 47th round pick is turning out to be the second coming of Phil Coke as a late blooming left-handed relief prospect. His fastball has crept up into the 91-95 mph range and now tops out at 97 mph, his slider has developed into a plus pitch, and he has a quality big league curveball and changeup. With great makeup to boot, he is a viable big league option as soon as 2014.

38. LHP, James Pazos - One of the best kept secrets down on the farm until his recent stint in the Arizona Fall League, this southpaw has 95+ mph heat to go along with a slider that can be downright nasty when it's on. He shows good command of his plus heat and the changeup has come along fairly well to date. He still needs a bit more consistency with his slider but if he can maintain that at some point, watch out!

39. LHP, Caleb Smith - Here's yet another late-round southpaw with some significant upside. He doesn't throw 95 mph as often as Pazos and Lewis, and his slider remains a work in progress [although it was much better at Instructs], but there's real deception to his 91-94 mph fastball with late life and his changeup is a plus pitch. He has work to do going forward but he could be a viable long-term starting option if the slider begins to click.

40. RHP, Danny Burawa - The former St. John's University product missed the entire 2012 season with an oblique strain but bounced back in a big way this year, posting a 2.59 ERA for Double-A Trenton, including allowing just one earned run after July 11th. He throws mid-90s heat and both his slider and changeup, two non-existent pitches a couple of years ago, have developed into big league offerings. Like Kahnle he could walk a few less guys but he's got the nasty stuff to get himself out of jams when needed.

41. RHP, Nick Rumbelow - Often compared to Nick Goody because of his closer role with LSU, Rumbelow actually has a bit more arm strength, sitting mostly 93-95 mph. His curveball can flash plus potential too and he throws strikes. He could be a quick mover starting next season.

42. LHP, Rony Bautista - This 6-foot-7 southpaw has great stuff that will only be as good as his command. Sitting 92-95 mph with his fastball and showcasing a plus slider that can be exceptionally nasty, his biggest problem is consistently throwing strikes and getting ahead of batters. When he's ahead in counts he is almost unhittable. When he's not though, he can walk a few too many batters and beat himself on the mound. He's young and gaining experience but the ceiling is immense.

43. RHP, Dallas Martinez - This 19-year old Mexican right-hander has an excellent foundation in place, including a fastball that sits 91-93 mph and tops out at 96 mph, and a curveball with plus potential. He also throws a lot of strikes at an early age and the pitch-ability seems to be advanced too. He'll need a more consistent changeup but there's significant ceiling here.

44. RHP, Branden Pinder - There's stuff galore with this power right-hander, including a 97 mph fastball that is virtually unhittable when he's down at the knees. His biggest problem, however, is consistently throwing in the lower-half of the zone and throwing strikes to get ahead in counts more often. If he could limit the walks, tighten up the slider, and throw more cheese at the knees, he could be very Kahnle-like. It's too early to give up on an arm like his.

45. LHP, Daniel Camarena - Blessed with two plus secondary pitches and incredibly advanced pitch-ability for 20-year old [he actually turned 21 last week], the only thing holding Camarena back from being much higher in the rankings is his average velocity. He'll sit mostly 88-91 mph and doesn't overpower batters with velocity, but adept at pitching backwards he can make hitters look foolish. Should he develop some more arm strength down the road he could be special.

46. LHP, Evan Rutckyj - This Canadian southpaw is almost the polar opposite of Camarena -- he's tall and strong, and throws 91-94 mph, but he walks too many guys and pitches too often behind in counts. He's an extremely hard worker though and the progress he has made has been steady. It may take some time but the ceiling is pretty significant if he can put it all together.

47. SS, Thairo Estrada - He's not big, there's not much power, and he's not overly quick either, but this 17-year old has the 'it' factor. He is a gamer in every sense of the word. He puts the ball in play, he makes all of the plays defensively, and he seems to rise to occasion. The tools are average at best but scouts love his game and makeup. Keep in mind too he was one of the youngest players in the Gulf Coast League this year.

48. LHP, Tyler Webb - This year's tenth round pick out of the University of South Carolina is very much Caleb Smith-like in that his 91-94 mph fastball seems to get in on hitters quicker than it's actually coming, and he too has the makings of a plus changeup. While he's 6-foot-6, past elbow problems years ago probably will relegate him to relieving long-term but there's a chance he could be a quick mover in that role, especially if the slider begins to come around more.

49. LHP, Dietrich Enns - Who says the Yankees have no depth of left-handed pitchers? This 19th round pick a year ago falls into the Smith-Webb mold as a plus fastball-plus changeup southpaw whose slider will be the tell-tale sign just how far he goes. He posted a sick 0.61 ERA as a reliever in Charleston before struggling as a starter in high-A Tampa, but he gives the Yankees some options and flexibility role-wise, especially if the slider becomes a consistent weapon.

50. RHP, Chase Whitley - There are a lot of guys with better pure stuff than this former college infielder, but few can match the production he's been able to put up year after year. It's not as if he doesn't have stuff either. He sits 91-93 mph with his fastball and boasts a nasty changeup, and his slider can be a big league average pitch most days. He won't overpower many batters but he gives a bullpen some length and reliable effectiveness, two traits the big league club may call on as soon as next season.

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\r\nALSO, DO NOT reveal the rankings, either partially or in full, on other message boards, blogs, sites, etc. Remember this is copyrighted material and we'd hope everybody would respect the other paying subscribers by not divulging any of the information in the rankings...
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\r\n...including just a listing of the names of the players in the rankings! Basically read the rankings, talk about them on our subscribers forum here, and don't share any of the information anywhere else please.

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\r\n1. 1B, Greg Bird - The catcher turned first baseman finally shook off the injury bug to have a whale of a season in 2013 with low-A Charleston, hitting .288 with 36 doubles, 20 home runs, and over 100 walks. He has great plate discipline, power to all fields, and his biggest weakness -- his overly patient approach at the plate -- is also a strength of sorts that will suit him well long-term. He has arguably the best chance of reaching his ceiling as an impact run producer someday.
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\r\n2. C, Gary Sanchez - Often lumped together with former top prospect Jesus Montero because of his plus power at the catcher's position, the fact is that is where the comparisons end. Sanchez has plus arm strength, a quick release, and he's much more nimble blocking balls and receiving the ball. A more diligent work ethic in his conditioning would go a long way towards reaching his All Star potential on both sides of the ball.
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\r\n3. LHP, Manny Banuelos - This Mexican southpaw missed the entire 2013 season with Tommy John surgery but he should not be forgotten. Still just 22 years old and with Triple-A experience already, his plus fastball-plus changeup combination and above average curveball that can flash plus potential conjures up images of Texas Rangers' lefty Martin Perez. Banuelos could have a similar impact.
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\r\n4. OF, Tyler Austin - He went from hitting .322 with 17 bombs in 2012 to hitting just .257 with six home runs this year in his first taste of Double-A. However, a bone bruise in his wrist plagued him for much of the season. When he's going right and healthy he's a patient hitter who uses all fields and has plus power potential to the pull-side, and he's shown to be an above average defensive player in right field at times. He is already the leader in the clubhouse for Comeback Player of the Year next season.
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\r\n5. RHP, Luis Severino - This 19-year old Dominican fireballer has the look of something special -- three plus pitches with control and command to boot at such a young age. He is easily the best equipped pitcher prospect-wise to hit the GCL Yankees team over the last several years since Banuelos, and that's including former top pitching prospect Arodys Vizcaino.
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\r\n6. RHP, Bryan Mitchell - The numbers in 2013 were near disastrous proportions, posting a 5.12 ERA in high-A Tampa. The fact is though that has two plus-plus pitches with his 96-98 mph fastball and great curveball, and he added a cutter this year that flashes plus potential as well. The delivery is as solid as they come too. Just like Ivan Nova though, Mitchell has struggled to put up numbers in A-ball but could be poised to put it all together at the higher levels real soon. He's just too good not to.
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\r\n7. OF, Mason Williams - A classic example of expectations not being met, whether fair or unfair, Williams had just a so-so year in 2013. He hit just .245 with four home runs and 15 stolen bases, but the fact is he was coming off of shoulder surgery and battled both injury and illness this year. He has some maturing to do too but the talent is still there to be an impact player down the road.
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\r\n8. OF, Slade Heathcott - Like Williams, Heathcott's production never met up with his actual talent, hitting just .261 with eight home runs for Double-A Trenton this year. He too still has a world of talent though and he did miss huge chunks of the previous two years with injuries. He needs to produce soon but there's just too much talent here for him not to be better in the not so distant future.
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\r\n9. SS, Abiatal Avelino - This 18-year old plays like a seasoned veteran already both offensively and defensively. He is extremely rangy in the field, boasts plus arm strength, soft hands, and has an innate feel for the game. He also has amazing plate discipline [drawing more walks than strikeouts], puts the ball in play, and is very aggressive but yet heady in the running game. He has huge hands too, suggesting power will come as he continues to fill out. He is a top prospect already.
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\r\n10. RHP, Jose Campos - He missed most of the 2012 season with an ailing elbow so the Yankees had him on a strict innings limit this year, but he still managed to pitch the entire season and pitch well. He posted a 3.41 ERA, struck out eight batters per nine innings pitched, and walked just 16 guys this year. He has three above average to plus pitches, command, and pitch-ability. Staying healthy is really the only requirement here for him to reach his ceiling as a potential number two big league starting pitcher.
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\r\n11. 3B, Eric Jagielo - The first of three first round picks by the Yankees this year, the former Notre Dame product can really impact the baseball. A pronounced opposite field hitter right now, he has power to all fields and a very good idea of the strike zone. He's merely average though defensively at third base, especially with his arm strength, prompting some scouts to believe he could move over to first base down the road. Either way though, he has the chance to be an impact bat.
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\r\n12. RHP, Ty Hensley - The 2012 first round pick missed all of this season after having femoral acetabular impingement surgery to fix his hip and the hope is now that he has full range of motion that he can improve upon his already plus stuff. A high makeup guy, few scouts question whether or not he can be an impact pitcher. He just needs to prove it against live hitters once he returns.
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\r\n13. LHP, Ian Clarkin - Like Hensley, Clarkin, one of this year's first round picks, wasn't ever really healthy in his debut season. He severely sprained his ankle prior to making his debut and really only got healthy at Instructs. Known for his plus curveball and 91-94 mph fastball, he made significant improvements to his changeup in short order. Like Hensley though, he has a lot to prove going forward but the ceiling is immense.
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\r\n14. OF, Aaron Judge - Another one in the litany of injuries down on the farm this year, this behemoth 6-foot-7 slugger has yet to make his professional debut after a pulled quad put him on the shelf. He's known for his plus power to all fields but there are some question marks regarding how well he will hit at the professional level. Making consistent contact with his kind of power would go a long way towards making him the impact hitter many scouts believe he can be.
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\r\n15. C, Luis Torrens - Some critics will point to his .241 average and mere one home run and walk away unimpressed, but the fact is the former infielder has quickly transformed himself into a very good defensive catcher already. The 17-year old has long-term plus defensive abilities, a great knack for hitting, and some scouts believe he could wind up being the best of the Yankee catching lot that includes the likes of J.R. Murphy, Austin Romine, and Sanchez.
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\r\n16. 3B, Miguel Andujar - A sprained ankle marred what could have been a national coming out party for this ultra-talented Dominican native. He hit .323 with 15 extra-base hits in just 34 games, and he continues to mature and get stronger. He has to smooth out his defensive game but there's plus potential there, and offensively he already has the look of being a high average hitter with power down the road.
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\r\n17. RHP, Rafael De Paula - The Dominican native was the talk of the first half this year, mowing down South Atlantic League batters to the tune of over 13 strikeouts per nine innings. However, his lack of command in the zone was exposed once he got bumped up to high-A and so was his developing slider. There's some serious arm strength here though, able to hit 97 mph, but the secondary pitches and the strike-throwing ability need to improve to realize any potential as a starting pitcher long-term.
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\r\n18. C/3B, Peter O'Brien - The former University of Miami standout is a slugger in every sense of the term, collecting a ridiculous 65 extra-base hits over two levels in 2013. He's not nearly as bad defensively behind the plate as some critics make out, and he's even shown some surprising agility at third. More than defense he needs to cut down on the strikeouts [134 this year] and make more contact, because with his kind of plus-plus power he could have an Evan Gattis-like effect at the big league level if it all comes together for him.
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\r\n19. OF, Ramon Flores - The Venezuelan native gets knocked for a \"bad\" season this year but there are still some real positives to take away from his performance. He hit a solid .260 and drew a career-high and team-high 77 walks. There's nothing sexy about his game but he has a great idea of the strike zone, puts the ball in play, and the power continues to develop at a steady pace. He is one of the better 'sleepers' in the farm system.
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\r\n20. RHP, Shane Greene - Greene is the perfect cautionary tale of why you don't give up on guys with plus stuff even though the numbers might not be there. Always known for his plus fastball-plus slider-plus changeup combination as much as his propensity to walk batters in previous years, he cut down on the walks in a big way in 2013 and posted a combined 3.38 ERA between high-A Tampa and Double-A Trenton. As long as he keeps throwing strikes and getting ahead of hitters, he has a real chance to be an impact pitcher for the Yankees.
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\r\n21. RHP, Jose Ramirez - Ramirez is like Greene in some ways in that his plus stuff across the board had yet [and still yet] translated into breakout numbers. Able to sit in the mid-90s and boasting a plus changeup-plus slider combo, Ramirez has always been able to throw strikes but his pitch sequencing can get off-track at times. There is some work to do in the consistency department, most notably avoiding giving up the one really bad start that seems to plague him at times, but the ceiling is quite vast when he's clicking.
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\r\n22. LHP, Nik Turley - He doesn't have quite the plus stuff some other guys in this ranking possess but what he does have is good control of three above average, borderline plus pitches, and overall pitch-ability. He has also added a new cutter into his arsenal. While the walks were higher in 2013 than most years, previous history suggests that is the outlier. All he does is pitch deep into games, keeps his teams in games, and avoids beating himself on the mound. He is a real big league option at some point in 2014 if he just keeps going at his current pace.
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\r\n23. RHP, Brady Lail - This 18th round pick in 2012 is on the cusp of becoming one of the best pitching prospects in the farm system. A high makeup guy, he already has three above average big league pitches at his disposal, a fluid effortless delivery, and advanced command. There's some real ceiling here too because all of his pitches project to get better as he physically matures. Watch out, he has eventual Top Ten prospect written all over him.
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\r\n24. SS, Cito Culver - With his plus defensive game it seems inevitable that this former first round pick will eventually land in the big leagues. Whether he becomes a Jose Iglesias type big leaguer though or something better offensively will depend on how his bat continues to progress. He gave up switch-hitting this year and the move looks like a smart one, but he still has a ways to go in the consistency department offensively.
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\r\n25. 2B, Gosuke Katoh - This year's second round pick out of high school was much maligned for his pre-draft reports of having little to no power and yet he went out and hit .310 with six home runs for the GCL Yankees. He's a steady defender at second base and shows good arm strength there, and he has both patience and strike zone awareness. He will need to get physically stronger in the coming years but he looks like a real player in the early going.
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\r\n26. RHP, Nick Goody - A dominant reliever in his debut season a year ago, he succumbed to Tommy John surgery just two appearances into his first full season this year. He has a very deep repertoire for a reliever, including a sneaky-quick fastball with late life, an above average slider, a curveball that flashes plus potential, and a decent changeup. He should move fast once he returns in 2014.
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\r\n27. OF, Jake Cave - Like Charleston teammate Greg Bird, Cave shook off the injury bug in 2013 and had a very productive year after missing essentially his first two seasons. He hit .282 with a club-high 37 doubles this year and 18 stolen bases. As intense as they come, he's learning to allow the game to come to him more. While he hit just two home runs, he projects to have average power down the road as he turns some of those double into home runs. There's still work to do but he set himself up with a nice foundation in 2013.
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\r\n28. RHP, Rookie Davis - The 14th round pick in the 2011 draft had a very good year in 2013, posting a combined 1.90 ERA between short-season Staten Island and low-A Charleston. More than the numbers though it was the uptick in his stuff that really turned heads, including seeing his fastball rise to the 93-95 mph range and getting a bit more power on his already above average curveball. He's adept at pitching in the lower-half of the zone and keeping the ball in the ball park. He has the look of a steady climber in prospect circles.
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\r\n29. RHP, Gabe Encinas - Encinas saw his uptick in stuff a year ago and had problems commanding the extra zip on his 93-95 mph fastball, but he seemed to turn the corner in that regard earlier this season before succumbing to Tommy John surgery. He has two above average secondary pitches to go with the plus fastball and there's real hope that his command will further improve during his rehab program.
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\r\n30. RHP, Mark Montgomery - It was a \"down\" year for the slider specialist in 2013 but it was still a very respectable season when he was healthy enough to pitch, posting a 3.38 ERA and striking out better than a batter per inning pitched. Still, his 92-94 mph fastball dropped down to 88-90 mph for most of the season and he seemingly pitched behind every batter. While the slider alone could help him get to the big leagues, a return to health and showing his past zip could allow him to become the newest version of David Robertson.
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\r\n31. LHP, Matt Tracy - Yet another prospect whose injury plagued, less than stellar statistical season belies their actual talent. Tracy posted just a 5.51 ERA for Double-A Trenton this year in limited duty after suffering both back and hip pain, but still saw some significant progress improving his curveball and adding a brand new cutter. He now has five average big league pitches or better and shows great pitch-ability at times, especially for a hurler who has pitched full-time for just two full seasons now. There's some upside here.
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\r\n32. 2B, Rob Refsnyder - There are 'toolsier' players [see one spot below] even at his own position but yet few prospects have the ability to barrel the baseball as consistently as this former College World Series MVP. He's a high energy player with amazing plate discipline and he flashes plus defensive potential one short year into his transition at second base. The home run power should be just enough to be an annual double-digit threat but the doubles and triples could be plenty. Think a poor man's Howie Kendrick for a good major league comp.
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\r\n33. 2B, Angelo Gumbs - The Heathcott among the Yankee infielders as a virtual tool shed, Gumbs has power, speed, defense, and makeup. Like Heathcott, however, the swing can get a little long at times. He's at his best when he doesn't try to do too much. There's just too much talent here for him not to turn things around in the near future.
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\r\n34. OF, Ben Gamel - In theory there's not much separating Gamel and Flores; both are good hitters for average at young ages, both have decent speed and power, and both can play all three outfield positions [although Gamel is better defensively]. Gamel is a gamer too. He gets lost in the Yankee outfield prospect discussions but he's beginning to carve out a nice reserve niche for himself as he moves up the ladder.
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\r\n35. RHP, Tommy Kahnle - This fireballer can really make batters look foolish when he follows up his 95-98 mph heat with his plus changeup. In fact he's about a solid an option against left-handed batters as there is in the farm system and that's including left-handed pitchers [lefties hit just .159 against him]. He still walks too many batters though and the slider, while flashing above average potential, needs to be more consistent. But he's shown he can be very effective when he's throwing strikes consistently.
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\r\n36. RHP, Giovanny Gallegos - It was a down year for this Mexican right-hander as he posted just a 4.27 ERA for the Staten Island Yankees and saw his fastball velocity fluctuate quite a bit. Keep in mind, however, that he had missed two full seasons prior to last year and he simply tired down the stretch. When he's going right he's throwing 92-93 mph with an effortless motion and showcasing a plus curveball. He gets a bit of a mulligan this year and should not be overlooked long-term. He's too much Ivan Nova-like at similar stages in their careers.
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\r\n37. LHP, Fred Lewis - This former 47th round pick is turning out to be the second coming of Phil Coke as a late blooming left-handed relief prospect. His fastball has crept up into the 91-95 mph range and now tops out at 97 mph, his slider has developed into a plus pitch, and he has a quality big league curveball and changeup. With great makeup to boot, he is a viable big league option as soon as 2014.
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\r\n38. LHP, James Pazos - One of the best kept secrets down on the farm until his recent stint in the Arizona Fall League, this southpaw has 95+ mph heat to go along with a slider that can be downright nasty when it's on. He shows good command of his plus heat and the changeup has come along fairly well to date. He still needs a bit more consistency with his slider but if he can maintain that at some point, watch out!
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\r\n39. LHP, Caleb Smith - Here's yet another late-round southpaw with some significant upside. He doesn't throw 95 mph as often as Pazos and Lewis, and his slider remains a work in progress [although it was much better at Instructs], but there's real deception to his 91-94 mph fastball with late life and his changeup is a plus pitch. He has work to do going forward but he could be a viable long-term starting option if the slider begins to click.
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\r\n40. RHP, Danny Burawa - The former St. John's University product missed the entire 2012 season with an oblique strain but bounced back in a big way this year, posting a 2.59 ERA for Double-A Trenton, including allowing just one earned run after July 11th. He throws mid-90s heat and both his slider and changeup, two non-existent pitches a couple of years ago, have developed into big league offerings. Like Kahnle he could walk a few less guys but he's got the nasty stuff to get himself out of jams when needed.
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\r\n41. RHP, Nick Rumbelow - Often compared to Nick Goody because of his closer role with LSU, Rumbelow actually has a bit more arm strength, sitting mostly 93-95 mph. His curveball can flash plus potential too and he throws strikes. He could be a quick mover starting next season.
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\r\n42. LHP, Rony Bautista - This 6-foot-7 southpaw has great stuff that will only be as good as his command. Sitting 92-95 mph with his fastball and showcasing a plus slider that can be exceptionally nasty, his biggest problem is consistently throwing strikes and getting ahead of batters. When he's ahead in counts he is almost unhittable. When he's not though, he can walk a few too many batters and beat himself on the mound. He's young and gaining experience but the ceiling is immense.
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\r\n43. RHP, Dallas Martinez - This 19-year old Mexican right-hander has an excellent foundation in place, including a fastball that sits 91-93 mph and tops out at 96 mph, and a curveball with plus potential. He also throws a lot of strikes at an early age and the pitch-ability seems to be advanced too. He'll need a more consistent changeup but there's significant ceiling here.
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\r\n44. RHP, Branden Pinder - There's stuff galore with this power right-hander, including a 97 mph fastball that is virtually unhittable when he's down at the knees. His biggest problem, however, is consistently throwing in the lower-half of the zone and throwing strikes to get ahead in counts more often. If he could limit the walks, tighten up the slider, and throw more cheese at the knees, he could be very Kahnle-like. It's too early to give up on an arm like his.
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\r\n45. LHP, Daniel Camarena - Blessed with two plus secondary pitches and incredibly advanced pitch-ability for 20-year old [he actually turned 21 last week], the only thing holding Camarena back from being much higher in the rankings is his average velocity. He'll sit mostly 88-91 mph and doesn't overpower batters with velocity, but adept at pitching backwards he can make hitters look foolish. Should he develop some more arm strength down the road he could be special.
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\r\n46. LHP, Evan Rutckyj - This Canadian southpaw is almost the polar opposite of Camarena -- he's tall and strong, and throws 91-94 mph, but he walks too many guys and pitches too often behind in counts. He's an extremely hard worker though and the progress he has made has been steady. It may take some time but the ceiling is pretty significant if he can put it all together.
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\r\n47. SS, Thairo Estrada - He's not big, there's not much power, and he's not overly quick either, but this 17-year old has the 'it' factor. He is a gamer in every sense of the word. He puts the ball in play, he makes all of the plays defensively, and he seems to rise to occasion. The tools are average at best but scouts love his game and makeup. Keep in mind too he was one of the youngest players in the Gulf Coast League this year.
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\r\n48. LHP, Tyler Webb - This year's tenth round pick out of the University of South Carolina is very much Caleb Smith-like in that his 91-94 mph fastball seems to get in on hitters quicker than it's actually coming, and he too has the makings of a plus changeup. While he's 6-foot-6, past elbow problems years ago probably will relegate him to relieving long-term but there's a chance he could be a quick mover in that role, especially if the slider begins to come around more.
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\r\n49. LHP, Dietrich Enns - Who says the Yankees have no depth of left-handed pitchers? This 19th round pick a year ago falls into the Smith-Webb mold as a plus fastball-plus changeup southpaw whose slider will be the tell-tale sign just how far he goes. He posted a sick 0.61 ERA as a reliever in Charleston before struggling as a starter in high-A Tampa, but he gives the Yankees some options and flexibility role-wise, especially if the slider becomes a consistent weapon.
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\r\n50. RHP, Chase Whitley - There are a lot of guys with better pure stuff than this former college infielder, but few can match the production he's been able to put up year after year. It's not as if he doesn't have stuff either. He sits 91-93 mph with his fastball and boasts a nasty changeup, and his slider can be a big league average pitch most days. He won't overpower many batters but he gives a bullpen some length and reliable effectiveness, two traits the big league club may call on as soon as next season.
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